Webelos: Arrow of Light “Earth Rocks” Adventure and STEM/Nova “Down and Dirty” Module
Saturday, November 9, 2024
10 AM to 12:30 PM
(check-in begins at 9:30)
Registration for this program closes at noon on Wednesday, November 6, 2024 or when the program reaches maximum capacity.
Come be a geologist for the day at Tellus! Bring your handbooks! Learn about the anatomy of planet Earth from the inside out, what makes a volcano erupt and how minerals affect your everyday life by visiting the Weinman Mineral Gallery. Put your hands on the three rock types and test minerals to learn how to identify them. You’ll even be able to pan for real gemstones. Begin your collections as each scout receives a “Scout Pack” consisting of various rocks and minerals labeled with their names and uses. You’ll even take a trip in our digital planetarium to learn about Supervolcanoes. Earn your “Earth Rocks” adventure and complete the “Down and Dirty” Nova module for Webelos, all while having fun at Tellus.
Planetarium: Supervolcanoes and discussion.
Weinman Mineral Gallery: anatomy of a planet, rock vs. mineral interactive wall, mining area interactive and go on a rock and mineral scavenger hunt.
“Rock and Roll” lab: sort and label rock types.
Lab: test minerals.
“Scout Pack” for each Scout with labeled rock and mineral specimens.
All groups end at the Store where Tellus patches and rocks and minerals are available for purchase.
1A. Define geology.
1B. Learn about the science of geology and why it is important.
ACTIVITY: Will define during program.
1A. Watch and episode of a show about Earth, the weather, geology, volcanoes, or oceanography. Then do the following:
- Make a list of at least two questions or ideas from what you watched.
- Discuss two questions or ideas with your counselor.
ACTIVITY 1A: Planetarium show Supervolcanoes.
- Make a list of questions.
- Discussion with Tellus educator.